New cultural week has began! There will be punk and Pallas, another life and jewellery art, Liisi Koikson and a fashion show, hiking in Lahemaa, an Estonian language course and other exciting things. Enjoy!
Photo exhibition „Self-invented People. The Face of Soviet-era Punk in Estonia”
15 Nov 2017 – 18 Feb 2018
Juhan Kuus Documentary Photography Center
The exhibition focuses on individual and group portraits of punks through photos of Arno Saar, Urmas Lange and Väino Meresmaa to give the audience a chance to be faced with the rebels and free spirits of that time.
Harry Tensing’s jewellery exhibition „Another Life”
19 Jan – 19 Feb
Water and plants are inseparable from each other. Without water, a tree will become wood. At the current exhibition, the artist has presented maple, apple and pear tree wood from his home garden – all the trees that have been cut down during his lifetime and the taste of their fruit are still in his mind. While modeling the wood he has attempted to reanimate them in the form of jewellery.
Estonian language courses at the Estonian Institute
22 Jan – 23 Jan
The Estonian Institute will start the new Estonian language course for beginners, starting on 23 January in our premises in Suur-Karja 14 (Tallinn Old Town). Classes will take place on Tuesdays at 6-7.30 p.m. (14 weeks).
House of the Brotherhood of Blackheads
TAFF Club is initiated by the Tallinn Philharmonic in 2012. The main style of the club is mainstream jazz, additionally, there are special events of different styles. On the 25th of January the performer is Liisi Koikson.
Exhibition „Art Society Pallas 100. Birth and Rebirth”
26 Jan – 3 June
The name of Pallas sounds very familiar in the Estonian cultural history, but there is a shortage of deeper knowledge about it. Yet, in the development of our spiritual and emotional culture, this society that was born with the Republic of Estonia, has played a primary role.
Fashion show „ENNE” at the Estonian National Museum
Estonian National Museum
Fashion show „ENNE” presents the modern collections of Sirli Pohlak and Kertu Kivisik inspired by ethnographic heritage. The event will start with a screening by MoeKunstiKino, the first fashion film festival in Tartu, and, to end, the attendees will be able to experience a conceptual fashion video in virtual reality.
Ekström March 2018
Ekström march is an event to popularize active outdoor habits and introduce war history to whole families, which takes place in the untouched landscapes of the biggest and oldest Estonian national park – Lahemaa. There will be three hiking trails: 7 km, 17 km, and 30 km.